Hong Kong Vs Myanmar Football Match Score 21 Sept 2022
Hong Kong is hosting Myanmar is an International friendly match on 21st September. Hong Kong are fining their tune for the upcoming AFC Asian Cup in 2023. Whereas, Myanmar will be looking to prepare for AFF Championship in December. This will be the only third meeting between these two sides as the have met only twice before this match. In the first match between these two teams back in November 2015, Hong Kong defeated Myanmar 5-0.
The host have called up 25 players for this month’s double header against Myanmar, including two uncapped players – Ng Wai Him and Alexander Jojo. There is no any injury concerns for the home side. The Myanmar side have called up 25 players for the Hong Kong friendlies, of which eight are uncapped. The experienced David Htan is set to join former Myanmar international Zaw Min Tun as the only players to have earned at least 70 caps for the national team. Hong Kong will host Myanmar in a friendly double-header this month, with the first game scheduled on Friday at the Mong Kok Stadium.
The Strengths will continue their preparations for the 2023 Asia Cup, for which they have qualified, although their form has been disastrous lately. Jorn Andersen’s side have lost five of their seven competitive games this year, including their last four without scoring. Myanmar, meanwhile, failed to qualify for next year’s showpiece after losing their three group games in the third round. However, the Chinthe will be in action at the AFF Championship in December and will hope to prepare for the same by faring well here. Hong Kong and Myanmar have met only twice – both friendlies – before and share the spoils with one win apiece.Hong Kong drew first blood in November 2015 with a stunning 5-0 victory before Myanmar exacted revenge seven months later in a 3-0 vanquish.
Hong Kong Vs Myanmar football live Stream, Tv Channels Guide, Preview, Friendly International. Today’s match between Myanmar Vs Hong Kong live Streams of Friendly International is on 21st September 2022, at 12:00 in the UK at Kenilworth Road (Luton). Here Catch Myanmar Vs. Hong Kong live Streams, How To Watch Friendly International Live Stream Online, discourse with scorecard, Preview, Tv Channels Guide, Results, and much more. The Myanmar side have called up 25 players for the Hong Kong friendlies, of which eight are uncapped. The experienced David Htan is set to join former Myanmar international Zaw Min Tun as the only players to have earned at least 70 caps for the national team.The Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) announced on Sept. 16 that the Hong Kong Football Team will play two friendly matches against Burma (also known as Myanmar) at home on Sep. 21 and Sept. 24. This will be the first time a foreign team to come to Hong Kong for a game since the pandemic outbreak. However, football fans are only allowed in at the stadium for the second game on Saturday.
HKFA President Pui Kwan-kay has previously revealed that Burma will be invited to Hong Kong during the “international break” of the major soccer leagues. Hong Kong has recently taken part in the EAFF E-1 Football Championship finals held in Japan in June and July, a competition involving East Asian countries. Hong Kong played three matches losing all three games their closest match was against China where they lost 1-0. Four teams took part in the finals Japan, South Korea, China, and Hong Kong. There were no preliminary rounds this year and the four finalists were decided based on their rankings. The championship was won by Japan and South Korea was in second place.
After a number of discussions with the Hong Kong Government, the FA finally made an official announcement on Friday. The first friendly match will be held on Sept. 21 at the Mong Kok Stadium at 8 pm, but it will be a closed match. The second friendly will be held at the Hong Kong Stadium at 8 p.m. and will be open to the public. CEO of HKFA, Joaquin Tam, said that this football game is the first time Hong Kong is to play at home for three years. He expects local fans will join in and cheer for the Hong Kong team. Tickets will go on sale at the Hong Kong Stadium Box Office, and the HKFA Office starting from 10:00 a.m. on Sept. 22 .
Hong Kong: Yapp Hung Fai; Tsui Wang Kit, Sean Tse, Fung Hing Wa, Leung Kwun Chung; Wu Chun Ming, Huang Yang, Wong Wai; Law Tsz Chun, Alex Akande, Sun Ming Him.
Myanmar: Kyaw Zin Phyo; Zaw Ye Tun, Kyaw Zin Lwin, Ye Min Thu; Kyaw Min Oo, Yan Naing Oo, Hlaing Bo Bo, Kyaw Zin Lwin; Yarzar Aung, Win Naing Tun, Naing Zin Htet.